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How to read Kindle books—without a Kindle

No, you don’t need an e-reader to do it. (Photo: Getty Images / Eva Katalin Kondoros) — Recommendations are independently chosen by Reviewed’s editors. Purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission. With most people stuck inside for the time being, there’s never been a better time to start reading more (at least […]

50 great books to entertain quarantined kids, whether they’re newborns or high schoolers

CLOSE Coronavirus-related school closures pushed a sign language teacher to give her students a place to learn online. USA TODAY — Recommendations are independently chosen by Reviewed’s editors. Purchases you make through our links may earn us a commission. Our colleague Hannah Yasharoff from the USA TODAY Life team is here to share some reading ideas your kids, […]

Here Are the 13 New Books You Should Read in April

How do we live in the present when our vision of the future is constantly changing? It’s a question on everyone’s minds, especially now, but it is also one at the forefront of many of this month’s best books. In Julia Alvarez’s fist adult novel in over a decade, a recently widowed woman faces more […]

Ten books to read in April

Another for fans of historical novels, particularly of, say, “The Red Tent,” or, more recently, “Naamah.” Kidd turns to Jesus of Nazareth and his disciples, focusing on a young Jewish woman named Ana and her views of the new Christian movement. While the sentences “I am Ana. I was the wife of Jesus” might shock […]

Dolly Parton will read books to children so they’ll be less afraid during the coronavirus pandemic

Country music icon Dolly Parton will be reading books to kids on social media to help comfort them during the global coronavirus pandemic. In an announcement posted on Facebook and YouTube, Parton said that she’ll read books on Thursday nights at 7 p.m. for the next ten weeks to provide kids “a welcomed distraction during […]

Tomie dePaola, ‘Strega Nona’ Author and Illustrator, Dies at 85

Mr. dePaola received multiple awards, including the Smithson Medal from the Smithsonian Institution and the Kerlan Award from the University of Minnesota. He was the United States nominee for the international Hans Christian Andersen Award in illustration in 1990. In 2011, he won the Children’s Literature Legacy Award, given by the Association for Library Service […]

27 Books All Athletes Should Read

With stay-at-home measures in place, many of us are finding ourselves with extra downtime on our hands. We tapped our staff and some of our friends to hear what’s on their reading lists right now. These books are filled with stories that will have you fighting to keep up your fitness routine, and maybe even […]

Rereading Sanmao, the Taiwanese Wayfarer Who Sold Fifteen Million Books

In April, 1974, a Taiwanese woman named Chen Ping landed in El Aaiún, the capital of Spanish Sahara. On the way to the house that her fiancé, José María Quero y Ruíz, was renting, she saw herds of goats and camels; stove smoke rose from canvas tents and iron bungalows. She felt like she was […]

The Pandemic Book Club

We have never needed books more than we need them now, and book people are working to get them to us. Authors have moved their book tours online, trying to reach readers through podcasts and virtual-meeting platforms. But for independent bookstores, none of these efforts will matter if readers don’t buy their books locally. Already […]

Outlander: Does Roger Die in the Books?

Outlander TV fans unaware of the many twists and turns of Diana Gabaldon’s novels might have been surprised to find that even after the harrowing death of Jamie’s godfather, Murtagh (Duncan Lacroix), Sunday’s episode wasn’t done tormenting the Fraser clan. Though perhaps the episode’s Roger-centric title would have given them a clue that Brianna’s (Sophie […]